Dynamic radiology consists in the acquisition of a series of radiological images archived in film sequence. In this way it is possible to investigate internal anatomical structures in movement.
Only VGI-evo, the device in use in our center, is able to carry out this innovative type of study. In particular, we can perform dynamic studies of:
- Temporomandibular joints (usually for the investigation of the articular relationships between the condyle and the glenoid cavity of the temporomandibular joints).
- Swallowing (allows the study of the various stages of swallowing to identify possible regurgitation or abnormalities during the swallowing phase).
- Cervical spine (the movement of maximum flex-extension of the cervical spine is acquired to evaluate the variation of the joint relationships of the cervical vertebrae throughout the movement.